Sugar Hiccup : Applet 2 of The Deitel Mods

Posted by Lewis LaCook | Fri Sep 2nd 2005 8:14 a.m.

Sugar Hiccup
Applet 2 of The Deitel Mods

http://lewislacook.corporatepa.com/the_deitel_mods/content.php?page=sugarhiccup

The Deitel Mods is a series of variations on an applet
based on examples found in the book Java How to
Program (Prentice Hall, 1998) by H.M. and P.J. Deitel.
The book is an oft-used textbook for computer
programming students wishing to learn web programming
using the Open Source, cross-platform language Java.

Most of the mods are generative/reactive media
engines. Graphics are drawn live, sometimes as a
result of your input(moving the mouse, clicking the
mouse, etc.). The poem is assembled live as well, and
is sometimes influenced by your actions. The poem
accumulates with each applet, each applet adding a
line to the previous one. Each line of the poem is
randomly chosen from an accumulation of lines; each
applet adds another accumulation to accomodate the new
line.

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Lewis LaCook -->Poet-Programmer|||http://lewislacook.corporatepa.com/|||

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  • Roberto Echen | Fri Sep 2nd 2005 9:51 a.m.
    cool applet, lewis
    best
    rechen

    Lewis LaCook wrote:

    >Sugar Hiccup
    >Applet 2 of The Deitel Mods
    >
    >http://lewislacook.corporatepa.com/the_deitel_mods/content.php?page=sugarhiccup
    >
    >The Deitel Mods is a series of variations on an applet
    >based on examples found in the book Java How to
    >Program (Prentice Hall, 1998) by H.M. and P.J. Deitel.
    >The book is an oft-used textbook for computer
    >programming students wishing to learn web programming
    >using the Open Source, cross-platform language Java.
    >
    >Most of the mods are generative/reactive media
    >engines. Graphics are drawn live, sometimes as a
    >result of your input(moving the mouse, clicking the
    >mouse, etc.). The poem is assembled live as well, and
    >is sometimes influenced by your actions. The poem
    >accumulates with each applet, each applet adding a
    >line to the previous one. Each line of the poem is
    >randomly chosen from an accumulation of lines; each
    >applet adds another accumulation to accomodate the new
    >line.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
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